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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Sophie von Haselberg in New Film, Future 38

EW
Neil deGrasse Tyson approves of time travel comedy Future ’38 in exclusive trailer
By Clark Collis
November 20, 2017 AT 04:59 PM EST

In the comedy Future ’38, an American agent travels from the ’30s to 2018 to hamstring Hitler and discovers a strange world of connected computers and other futuristic phenomena. He also falls for a woman 80 years his junior.

“The film is a valentine to the classic screwball comedies of the 1930s and ’40s,” says writer-director Jamie Greenberg in his director’s statement. “It imagines a world that’s a magical hybrid of 1938 and the present: a vintage film transposed to our modern world.” Read More

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Bette Midler & Shelley Long in Outrageous Fortune

Bette Midler & Shelley Long in Outrageous Fortune

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Bette Midler & Lily Tomlin in Big Business

Bette Midler & Lily Tomlin in Big Business

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1995 – CNBC – First Wives Club – Bette Midler Interview

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Bette Midler On Discovering Acting

Bette Midler On Discovering Acting: In Her Sophmore Year In High School: “I discovered I could act for a lot of people, not just 30 people, which I used to do when I was a little girl in fifth grade and did improvised shows with my girlfriend. It gave me a lot of confidence, finding out that I could make people laugh and entertain them.” (The Milwaukee Journa Dec 2, 1979)

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Bette Midler – Better Not Look Down – Art Or Bust – 1984

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BetteBack March 27, 1975: What Did Bette Mean By Her Cher Joke At The Grammy’s?

Charleston Gazette
March 27, 1975

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Q. ”On the recent Grammy Awards, what did Bette Midler mean when she said Cher gave her the dress she was wearing? ”R.R., Paterson, N.J.

A. Bette was making a small joke .. . she said Cher gave her the dress instead of a solo (Higher And Higher) on Cher’s recent special.

BetteBack January 21, 1990: Bette Midler And Cher To Star In ‘Angry Housewives’ (This Would’ve Been A Hit!)

BetteBack September 21, 1990: A Fan Wants To Know The Basics Of Bette Midler Read More

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Bette Midler On Her Father Fred Midler

Bette Midler On Her Father Fred Midler: “He went out in ’37, during the Great Depression, which we never stopped hearing about. He was a Republican, and Jewish too. I was so embarrassed when I found out he wasn’t toeing the leftist line.” (The Milwaukee Journal Dec 2, 1979)

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Bette Midler: Bootleg Betty: Pink Cadillac – Cadillac Walk – Art Or Bust

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BetteBack March 25, 1975: Bette Midler Hits The Recording Studio

Arkansas City Traveler
March 25, 1975

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Bette Midler has been recording in New York’s Secret Sound Studios before her Broadway show goes into production this spring. Producing is Mark “Moogy” Klingman with Todd Rundgren lending a hand. Bette has penned a tune of her own called “ Mr.Rockefeller,” and we are told to expect guest appearances (on the album that is) by Laura Nyro and Fred Astaire

Bette Midler-Led Hello, Dolly! Revival Breaks Broadway Sales Records And Makes History! | BootLeg Betty Read More

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